ARCHIVED—Exemplary Practices 1993 and 1994
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About Exemplary Practices
Exemplary Practices is a collection of innovative teaching methods from the 1993 and 1994 national-level recipients of the Prime Minister's Awards for Teaching Excellence in Science, Technology and Mathematics. This book is designed to share the best practices of some of Canada's most outstanding teachers with educators across the country.
You will meet each of the 26 national-level Prime Minister's Award recipients from the first two years of the program as they discuss the results they have achieved with their effective teaching methods. Each profile includes details about the recipients' background and their unique philosophy of teaching, as well as the specific practices they apply in the classroom that turn students on to science, technology and mathematics. Each "Transferable experience" section offers practical ideas that can easily be replicated in classrooms across the country.
In the Afterword, you will find a listing of the 1993 and 1994 regional and local-level Prime Minister's Award recipients, their schools and their communities. These educators are encouraged to share their ideas about science, technology and mathematics education with fellow teachers. If you are interested in learning more about any of the Prime Minister's Award recipients, please call 1 800 O-Canada (1-800-622-6232) or contact us by email.
Features section of the Exemplary Practices 1993 and 1994
Articles section of the Exemplary Practices 1993
Articles section of the Exemplary Practices 1994
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